With her on site sessions now sidelined due to the COVID-19 outbreak, music therapist Alison Hughey is finding new ways to provide care.
Author: Livin' Upstate SC
Pink On Main in Spartanburg is leading a volunteer effort to make masks for area healthcare providers who are on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19.
PIP on Woodruff Road in Greenville will print up to 250 takeout menus at no charge to support local restaurants affected by dine-in restrictions during the COVID-19 crisis.
Many service industry professionals have lost jobs in the past several days due to closures related to coronavirus. However, several companies across the Upstate are hiring to meet demand caused by the outbreak.
The Spartanburg County Public Libraries have created a website landing page that lists all online resources available while the library is closed.
Brown-Forman Beverages and Performance Food Group are teaming up with Stone Pin Company and Revel Event Center to provide complimentary service industry professionals meals to go on Thursday, March 26.
For the first time in its 24-year history, Portofino’s is adding delivery service to its offerings. Curbside pickup also is available.
Building An Empire: The Textile Center of the World, a documentary about Greenville’s rise as a textile giant, is available for veiwing.
For the first time in its more than 60 year history, The Open Hearth on Wade Hampton Boulevard in Taylors is open for takeout service.
You can send a gift card instantly in any amount you choose with Blue Moon’s new online ordering portal.
Being outdoors in nature is a great way to get much needed fresh air and exercise while practicing social distancing. Here in the Upstate, we have some great options for getting outside.
Ingles Markets is how hiring additional associates to meet community needs and is fast-tracking applications for short-term and long-term employment.
As concerns over the spread of coronavirus increase, the Better Business Bureau of the Upstate is warning consumers about emails, social media posts and websites pushing products that purportedly prevent or “cure” the virus.
All Ingles stores are no closing at 10:00 p.m., with 24-hour stores reopening at 6:00 am. All other stores will reopen at normal time. Our Starbucks locations will open at normal time but will close at 8:00 p.m., one hour early.
Publix is changing its store hours on March 24 to help accommodate senior shoppers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays 7 a.m. – 8 a.m. for customers age 65 and over.
The owners of Vitality Medical Centers have pledged to provide a $1,000 immediate bonus to each of their full-time employees amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Downtown Anderson restaurants are offering curbside pickup, takeout and some free food deliveries.
Sidewall Pizza has established an employee relief fund to provide direct assistance to its staff during this time of financial uncertainty.